The most expensive cigars by high-end brands are by far ones of the best luxury products in the world. Smoking luxury goods as craft cigars are usually related to power, strength and a highest social status.
There’s a wide variety of cigars available, each with its own flavor and characteristics that are tied to its origins. The finest cigars in existence are not just made of the best tobacco, they’re also swathed in exquisite wrappers and hand rolled with the utmost precision and care.
From My Father La Opulencia to Plasencia Alma Del Campo, take a look to these smokes that will please the collector and the connoisseur and will improve your luxury lifestyle. If you are looking for some limited editions and for the most expensive cigars by luxury brands, Luxury Safes presents you the top appreciated 5 cigars in the world during this year.
Macanudo Inspirado Black
Made in Latin America, this is the third in Macanudo’s Inspirado series, completing a trilogy that started with the Inspirado Orange and the Inspirado White. The Inspirado Black can best be described as a slightly tamer version of the Orange. Seem as a luxury addition, it features a Connecticut shade-grown Broadleaf wrapper that has been allowed to ripen on the stalk longer and to produce a full yet floral flavor.
Plasencia Alma Del Campo
Nestor Plasencia has a reputation as Nicaragua’s premium tobacco company and grower, supplying leaf for many of today’s top brands. Made at the Plasencia Cigars factory, the medium-plus Alma Del Campo, which roughly translates into “the soul of the soil,” is a Nicaraguan puro offering hints of cedar and milk chocolate and uses seven-year-old tobaccos.
My Father La Opulencia
With Cuban and Nicaraguan roots, La Opulencia is a Cuban high-end brand. Reflecting Cuba’s 19th-century cigar artistry onto the colorfully embossed box label as well as the cigar bands themselves, this is a rich and creamy, medium full-bodied smoke.
H. Upmann The Banker Ingot Rosé
This cigar got attention with its dramatic and supreme packaging, almost completely encased in rose-gold foil, and the 12-count box looks like a rose-gold ingot, a link to the brand’s founder, Herman Upmann.
La Aurora ADN Dominicano
ADN Dominicano translates into “Dominican DNA,” as the secret to this cigar’s unique personality is andullo, a leaf more often encountered in pipe tobacco and is, in fact, reminiscent of perique. A single leaf of andullo, combined with a Dominican wrapper, Cameroon binder, and Dominican, Nicaraguan, and Pennsylvanian filler tobaccos, this luxury product produces essences of molasses, honey, mustard, and cocoa: all of these in this luxury cigar.